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.com today. >>> quick note for those of you if you're heading out the door, continue watching cnn from your mobile phone or if you're heading to work, you can also watch cnn live from your desktop go to cnn.com/tv. >>> so, if you want to know how mitt romney enjoyed his week-long visit to the uk, israel and poland, you might not want to ask him at a photo-op. p his handlers didn't like it either. the president's day in warsaw, a wreath laying at the tomb of the unknown soldier followed by a speech of his economic and political ideas. >> the world should pay close attention to the transformation of poland's economy. a march towards economic liberty and smaller government has meant a march towards higher living standards, a strong military that defends liberty at home and abroad and an important and growing role on the international stage. >> cnn's jim acosta traveling with romney joins me live. let's talk about what mitt romney was wanting to accomplish in poland. >> well, kyra, what he wanted to accomplish here in poland is basically to pay tribute to the polish for their transformation fro
rolling in. tweet me at randi kaye cnn. i'll read your responses early in the show. thanks for starting your day with us. we have more ahead on "cnn saturday morning," which starts right now. >>> announcer: from cnn world headquarters, this is "cnn saturday morning." >> we see this as a powerful symbol of our commitment to afghanistan's future. >> unannounced visit to afghanistan and an announcement to impact troop withdrawal. plus, june jobs numbers send investors into panic as the dough plunges over 100 points. why the numbers didn't add up for wall street. >>> a rescue from a hot car. it's not what you think. how an unexpected hitchhiker got stuck. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it's 7:00 on the east coast. thanks for waking up with us. we begin in afghanistan. secretary of state hillary clinton carried a message on partnership to work with afghanistan well beyond the planned troop pull out. afghanistan is now designated a major non-nato ally. the u.s. will keep up defense, security and economic relations with afghanistan even after the withdrawal. >> i am pleased to ann
for "starting point" starting on monday morning at 7:00 a.m. i want to send you right now to cnn newsroom with don lemon. >>> looks like fun. have a great weekend. enjoy new orleans, you and everyone there at the table. >>> happening right now in the newsroom, jobs, jobs, jobs. new jobs numbers are out. they just came out, and it's not good for you or for the president. the stakes couldn't be higher with only four more jobs reports to go. before the election. experts say america's undecided voters are starting to make up their minds now. >>> we're on jail watch today as well. george zimmerman, will he post bond and be a free man until his trial? in the newsroom this morning, benjamin crump, attorney for trayvon martin's parents. >>> breaking news out of london to tell you about. terror arrests. the second major bust in just two days. new concerns and new questions this morning. are the olympics being targeted? >>> plus this. >> it's really funny that pepco is actually trying to save face now. about five to six trucks came with anywhere from six to eight different people. the whole process
to release them into the wild anymore. there are your weird laws of the day. >>> this is cnn breaking news. >>> we want to show you this just in to cnn. take a look at these amazing pictures from one colorado springs neighborhood. these are just coming in to cnn. these pictures show complete devastation, wiped out homes. look at that. you have one frame of one brick home, not even wood home, brick home standing there. everything is completely gone. look across the street you can see a house that is standing that is completely untouched right across the street. it shows how actually discriminating this fire was destroying one home and leaving others untouched. interestingly, too, the lawn in front of that home is green and not charred. the home is completely destroyed. this is coming from a lot of people that were evacuated, the thousands of people evacuated. they are getting the chance to come back. they are being bussed in by the government to take a look at the damage to see if their home was saved or if their home was destroyed or not. let's take a listen in to this video. >> grab that
. and with good reason, of course. the cnn/orc poll shows that registered voters are split between choodsing who would better handle the nation's sluggish economy. 48% choose romney, 47% choose obama. when of courasked what issue is important to voters, over half say the economy, of course. the president is trying to blunt the criticism of the weak economy. >> from now until november, the other side is going to spend more money than we have seen before, and they will be raining ads down on your head, and they'll tell you it's all my fault. i can't fix it because i think government is the answer to everything or because i haven't made a lot of money in the private sector. i think everything is doing just fine. that's what all of the scary voices in the ads will tell you. that's what mitt romney will say. that's what republicans in congress will say. and, you know, that's their plan for winning an election, but it's not a plan to create jobs. >> that was thursday before this dismal jobs report. there you see him. dan lothian traveling with the obama bus tour. he is joining us now from northeast oh
in june, and that's where we find our cnn's dana bash. she is close by in boston. dana, two parties used the same numbers to make opposite points, of course. >> reporter: of course, exactly. welcome to politics, especially presidential politics just a few months before the election. notice, kyra, you're right, that the jobs numbers were anything but great, but the president took as much as he could to look at the long view. he's mentioned the fact that 4.4 million new jobs were created in 28 months. he called it a step in the right direction, but you can't be satisfied. he's got to walk -- talk about stepping. he's kind of got to walk a tight rope to try to tout good news but also not look out of touch to say things are better than people feel that they are. on the republican side, mitt romney was out there within 90 minutes of these job numbers being released standing in a small business, a hardware store, where he is vacationing, where he has a home in new hampshire, and he was very clear that this is not where people want to be. >> the jobs report this morning is another kick in the g
springs and we expect to hear from them this afternoon. stay with cnn for more on the fires the rest of the day. >>> nearly 1.4 million people are still without power right now, and as the temps continue to rise, thousands of people across the country are enduring a fourth day without air conditioning. the power outages happened after that storm blasted through the east coast and midwest over the weekend and the outages are now scattered across 11 states and washington, we're talking indiana, ohio, west virginia, pennsylvania, maryland, virginia, delaware, kentucky, north carolina, new jersey and also illinois. all of these places without power and here's the most frustrating factors. the power companies are refusing to say when power will be restored. >>> here's a pretty incredible example of just how hot it's been. take a look at wisconsin. highway 29 in chippewa county. the pavement buckled because of the heat so an suv was headed down the road, hit the ramp, and it was sent airborne. we're told that everyone is okay and that the roadway has been repaved and is back open. >>> of a
sister rachel was killed in columbine, said it's all about uniunituniunity. got to take a break. "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins right now. see you tomorrow morning. >>> deadly propaganda. a massive explosion the taliban claims that a large u.s. base in afghanistan. a vehicle loaded with explosives ramming the front gate. the blast felt miles away. >>> rigged to kill. inside james holmes' apartment, new information this morning on what investigators saw when they went inside. explosives, wires, gasoline. police telling cnn it looked like a setup in afghanistan, not the united states. >>> home sweet home. finally, the good news we've been waiting for. the value of your house going up for the first time in five years. >>> plus this. >> don't hit your head on the dock. >> no way. >> it's called speed kayaking. or at least trying to be that. our rob marciano taking a dip while trying out this lesser known olympic sport. get your life preserver. "newsroom" starts right now. >> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. >>> we do begin with breaking news this morning. more security con
in, what could have happened? she had told cnn that obviously she was very afraid having known what was in there now. but, you know, that could have ended her life. it could have, you know, ended the lives of all of the people in that apartment complex or first responders. so i think the big outstanding question now, and i don't know that we'll ever get an answer, is why would he tell police that there were explosives if it was set up to detonate and kill. >> yeah. so many questions. poppy harlow reporting live for us. >>> james holmes, the suspect, his first appearance in a colorado courtroom was bizarre. was he slipping into madness? was he faking it? he was sporting that mop of orange hair. and his expressions ranged from shock to confusion to sleepiness. cnn's jim spellman was inside the courtroom from that hearing -- for that hearing, rather. he is joining us from aurora. jim, describe what it was like inside that courtroom. >> reporter: there was a lot of anticipation. people were there an hour and a half, two hours early. one-half of the room was press. the other half was fam
] >>> this just in to cnn. take a look at some amazing pictures from one colorado springs neighborhood. these are just coming in to cnn. these pictures show pure, utter devastation. these were shot by neighbors. media was not allowed in along with families. what is dramatic is how completely destroyed that one brick home is and right across the street you have other homes in the back there that are standing just fine and the brush in front of the home not really touched. it shows you the fire has been discriminating in terms of the houses it has completely destroyed and those it left untouched. we will talk to our own jim spellman live there for us in about ten minutes with the latest. >>> we have been talking a lot today about the wildfires in colorado. you just saw that video. they aren't just happening in colorado. they are raging across the rocky mountain west. in montana there is a battle to save horses. we are going to bring in sasha with a group that is setting up safe refuge for the horses. she joins us via skype. the work you are doing is amazing. tell us what is going on righ
cnn he rigged 30 homemade grenades and ten gallons of gasoline to blow if someone walked inside. cnn learned the details from a law enforcement official who has seen video from the inside. the official adds it was rigged to a control box with wires like, his word, spaghetti. a former fbi agent said the setup was like something you'd find in iraq or afghanistan. >> this is one of the first times we've seen a house bomb in the united states. some of these things do exist overseas. we have seen them in places like iraq and afghanistan. also, in colombia, south america. this is the first one i can recall seeing or reading about in the united states where it was set to destroy the home. >> crews spent more than 24 hours sizing up the threats within that apartment. they took some of the materials here to the secure field and detonated them saturday. one theory is that holmes booby-trapped his apartment and played loud music to lure someone inside triggering this massive blast. his downstairs neighbor said she almost went inside to deal with the music and figure out why it was so loud. she
to cnn about foreign policy and he can talk to harratz about foreign policy? it doesn't make sense to me. he could put out being overly critical. he would say, look, these are the principles i would take if i were president or something like that. it's kind of a strange thing. without knowing what's in the interview that he gave to the israeli -- why can't he talk to them and not us? >> well, i don't know what's in it. although i would be surprised you're giving an interview to an israeli newspaper you're talking about things like iran or the palestinian issue. what i still don't understand about it. president obama, remember when he went overseas in 2008? he gave that big speech about -- and it was, you know, the thing that he's best at, right, giving an inspirational speech, and here's what he said about foreign policy on the trip he took while running for president. >> this is the moment we must help answer the call for a new dawn in the middle east. my country must stand with yours and with europe in sending a direct message to iran, that it must abandon its nuclear ambitions. we mus
you here with us. i'm ashleigh banfield. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> this is cnn breaking news. >> we begin this morning with breaking news. we have learned that president obama is holding a big event at the white house rose garden later today to resurrect the battle over the bush tax cuts. he will be surrounded by working class americans while he calls on congress to extend tax cuts for everyone, making $250,000 a year or less. republicans want the tax cuts extended for everyone, the wealthy included. the white house will be very busy framing the tax cut debate this week with events planned in new hampshire, nevada, colorado and florida. republicans as i mentioned want the tax cuts extended for all americans, even the wealthiest. at 7:00 eastern on "starting point" we'll talk about that position with tennessee republican congresswoman marsha blackburn. >> we have been warning you and now the time has come. hundreds of thousands of people are going to wake up this morning and computers will be dark. no web service. as of 12:01 this morning, the fbi, yes, it was the fbi who was
the sun, romney sidestepped the controversy in an interview with cnn's piers morgan. >> you've been criticized for knocking the british enthusiasm. are you feeling it now? >> well, i'm delighted to see the kind of support that has been around the torch for instance. >> reporter: the uproar in london reached its crescendo when the city's mayor taunted romney in front of 60,000 people. >> there's a guy called mitt romney who wants to know whether we're ready. he wants to know whether we're ready. are we ready? [ cheers and applause ] are we ready? yes, we are! >> reporter: he's also taking heat that a meeting, norm le kept seek ri. >> i appreciate the insight and perspectives of the leaders as well as the head of the mi6 as we discussed syria. >> reporter: romney's top surrogates are brushing it off saying openings in the next two legs israel in po lapd. >> poland had the rug pulled on them on missile defense. >> reporter: president obama had his own awkward moments in britain last year when he tried to toast queen elizabeth as an orchestra played. >> in the words of shakespeare to th
'm rejoined by cnn contributor will cane and bill gross, founder and co-chief investment officer of pimco. we want to pick up where we left off. surprising amount of agreement. this is actually not that surprising. i think everybody in america with maybe a very few xpepgexces understand we need tax reform. we need economic growth. we need to solve the jobs problem. i don't think there is anyone that would like us to go over the fiscal cliff. why is this problem not getting solved? >> you have to give something up. some people are going to give something up. some people could give up mortgage interest deduction. sh could give up some of their retirement benefits. i don't even know what is all on the table to give up. no one wants to give anything up. in a way, it's almost like america is living the me more now bubbler are a. no one wants to pay for what we've already spent. >> well, okay. >> i reject your premise. the fiscal cliff will be avoided. calvin coolage said if you see ten problems coming down the road, odds are if you stand still, nine will fall in the ditch. the fiscal cliff is goin
more info, an expanded look at our top stories is sitting right there for you on cnn.com/earlystart. i hope you don't have the virus that kicked you off the internet. >>> call your friends, because they might not be watching. they may be struggling on the internet to get the news. these banks, they were accused of rigging interest rates overseas. by the way, they're interest rates that affect you, just so you know. this scandal could affect how much you're paying for loans or mortgages in the united states. we'll tell you how, after this break. the real things. nature valley trail mix bars are made with real ingredients you can see. like whole roasted nuts, chewy granola, and real fruit. nature valley trail mix bars. 100% natural. 100% delicious. >>> 24 minutes past 5:00 on the east coast. we're minding your business and the u.s. stock futures are trading lower this morning and for good reason. the whole friday jobs report is nasty. it's a bit of a domino effect. we're still reeling from the effects of the lower number than a lot of people were hoping for. >> reaction was strong. keep
in the united states where it was actually set to destroy the home. >> the source for cnn talking to our reporter poppy pharlow it looked like massive spaghetti and wires all connected. would this something incredibly complicated and the suspect would need quite a fair amount of expertise to be able to do this? >> no, you know, the expertise is out there. i think he's -- you look at his peddegree that i was a graduate student working towards his ph.d.. i think he had the education and knowledge, it is on the internet. with a little bit of common sense and he has quite a bit of that. very intelligent. he just put it all together and had something ready to go for the apartment. >> that's awesome. poppy harlow was talking to a source who said this, the flame would have consumed the entire third floor of the apartment complex by the time a fire truck would have arrived to the building, completely consumed in flames. the damage potential seems massive and at the same time, what we know about the suspect he tipped off police when they were able to apprehend him. those two things seem almost co
and at times a very reaction to what he had to say. >> i want to bring up a tweet we saw from cnn contributor. he is a former speech writer for george w. bush. i would wonder whether the romney campaign wanted to be booed at the naacp. that whole line, could he maybe been aiming at his own base with that one? >> i asked the romney campaign that very question when we had a chance to talk with them. they did not respond to that question but were peppered with so many questions i think they were having trouble answering all of them. they didn't have time to answer all of them. i will say that mitt romney did get a lot of conservative props on twitter and social media for coming to this group and sticking to his principles and policy positions. he did not tailor his speech. he said he would repeal the president's signature legislative achievement, that is the health care law and tipped off a number of other iemts. and so even the leadership of the naacp that i talked to after this event were saying mitt romney showed a lot of courage in coming here today. >> speaking of props you eluded to this.
on a remark romney made questioning london's readiness for the olympics. cnn national correspondent jim acosta is in london for us. jim, what's happening now with mitt romney? >> reporter: candy, mitt romney woke up to headlines he did not anticipate when he embarked on this overseas trip. but his campaign is confident he can clear the next hurdles ahead. mitt romney hit the reset button on his overseas charm offensive during his lone public meeting of the day in london he was asked by the leader of ireland about how he had to walk to the irish embassy due to the city's intense pre-olympic traffic. romney's response. romney is walking on egg shells and eager to please after he was blasted by british leaders for appearing to question london's readiness to host the olympic games dubbed the party pooper in the daily mail, mitt the twit in the sun, romney sidestepped the controversy in an interview with cnn's piers morgan. >> you've been criticized for knocking the british enthusiasm. are you feeling it now? >> well, i'm delighted to see the kind of support that has been around the torch for insta
done. a close source to the jackson family did tell cnn that shortly before 1:00 a.m. this morning katherine jackson arrived home to be reunited with the family. the police didn't follow the family the entire way from arizona. it was just the last part of the trip. katherine was accompanied by her children in the car. i can only wonder what happened when they all arrived to the house. and paris jackson, michael's daughter, welcomed her grandmother back with a tweet reading, grandma's home, with a #thank yougood. paris had been complaining she hadn't been able to talk to her grandmother. katherine tried to reassure everyone in her prepared statement last night that everything was ok. let's watch that. >> there are rumors going around about me that i've been kidnapped and held against my will. i'm here today to let everybody know that i'm fine, and i'm here with my children, and my children would never do a thing like that, hold me against my will. it's very stupid. >> still doesn't explain why katherine apparently left in the first place without letting the kids know where she was g
>>> we're out of time. cnn newsroom with carol costello begins right now. >> hey, soledad. thank you. >>> happening right now, flight scare. sewing needles, yes, needles, found in sandwiches on delta planes flying into america. one passenger was hurt. this morning, find out what the airline is doing about it. >>> big bus. two continents, three tons of cocaine, and 200 pounds of marijuana. it's happening right now. cnn will take you aboard that ship. >>> caught on tape. a breathtaking rescue as a 7-year-old dancing on a third floor window air conditioning unit trips and falls. hear from the guy who caught her. >>> and how would you like to lose a few pounds? a new weight loss pill is about to be approved. average weight loss, 23 pounds. we'll tell you who it's for and why there was such a fight to get it to your drug store. "newsroom" begins right now. >>> and good morning. thank you so much for joining us this morning. i'm carol costello. we begin with an ongoing investigation. after a food safety scare at 30,000 feet. we're talking about sewing needles found in sandwiches served
to have you today. >>> "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins right now. >>> happening now in the newsroom, notes on a massacre suspected shooter james holmes apparently detailing his attack in writing and sending it to his university. diagrams, drawings, illustrations. this morning, new details and new questions about what happened last friday night. >>> jackson family shocker. the family matriarch, katherine, is alive and well and back from arizona this morning, now devastated by losing temporary custody of michael's kids. >>> does green really turn into gold? cities around the world clamor to host the olympics. millions of dollars turn into promises of new buildings, millns of tourists, and a global audience. but is it true, is hosting the games actually bad business? >>> and deep-fried controversy. chicago the latest city to block chi chick-fil-a from coming to town. >> chick-fil-a's values are not chicago's values. >>> boston, jim henson, and now rahm emanuel joining the list against chick fill a. and now rick santorum is standing by chick-fil-a. "newsroom" begins righ
last month over allegations he misled the court about his finances. cnn's david matingly is in florida. the judge set bail at $1 million but still has strong words for him. what's the latest? >> reporter: well, the cost to zimmerman may go far beyond the $100,000 cash in collateral he has to put up to make that bond. there is a tremendous loss to his credibility throughout this entire process. the judge having some very strong words for him in the ruling. and they run like this saying that george zimmerman flaunted the system, tried to manipulate the system and had no justification for his deception when he tried to tell the court that he didn't have any money and didn't have any means to live when in fact he had $100,000 in donated cash and a passport on him. the judge also went on -- and this was a real surprise, that george zimmerman he believed was preparing to flee to avoid prosecution but plans were thwarted. the judge doesn't go into detail about how those plans were or how they came undone, but they believe george zimmerman was a flight risk. now we see him with a $1 million bo
obama at 49% to romney's 43%. that's a three percentage point increase from just last month. cnn's political director mark preston joins us now from washington, d.c. nice to have you with us this morning, mark. the poll shows the race is in a statistical dead heat. there are also bullet points that both candidates will find a bit concerning. can you share those details with us? >> sure, zoraida. i think we'll expect the horse race all the way up to november to stay this close. this is going to be one of those real, real tight presidential elections p. but, of course, there are certain bullet points that we focus on wn we're looking at these numbers. let's look at this number on the economy. the economy, issue number one in this election. what most voters will likely vote on come november. mitt romney has a six-point advantage over president obama right now when asked who has a better idea to improve the economy. very good news for the romney campaign up in boston when they see that number. however, out in chicago, you can see that the obama campaign can take solace in this number
his bizarre appearance in court yesterday. cnn has new information, a law enforcement official who viewed videotape taken inside the apartment says this, mess of wires looked like spaghetti and it was rigged quote, right. if police hadn't dismantled the explosives the entire floor could have been consumed by flames before the first fire truck arrive. the aurora police found 30 improvised explosive devices surrounded by gas containers of gasoline. the gasoline was meant to enhance the effects of the blast. all of that brings us right to jim spellman. he's standing outside the theater. we can see the neon sign behind you. let's talk first about this video. i know it's black and white. what more can you tell us? >> yeah, police describe this whole apartment as being designed to kill. all rigged up to a trip wire at the front door. it took them almost two days before they could figure out how to dismantle this safely, ult the matly using water to render inoperable this control box. fortunately there wasn't a timer to it because they needed that much time to sort out how to do it. when
the term obama care. we at cnn use the term the president's health care law instead of commenting to an audience that is very friendly to the audience and say you would repeal it is almost sort of inviting a confrontation. now, if you go on social media right now, you will see that there are a lot of republicans out there applauding mitt romney for coming into this audience and saying what he will do as president of the united states and this message may be designed not just for the naacp but to go out across the country because it's being carried live and go to those independent sectors of independent areas, battleground states and it's interesting to see the different takes on what happened here today, but no question about it, this was a very negative reaction to what mitt romney had to say here this morning. >> and it will be interesting to hear, jim, what romney thought about the reception there, what his own camp -- how they might spend this appearance by mitt romney there in houston. jim, thank you so much. let's discuss this further, however, with gop strategists and cnn c
organizations including cnn will petition to court to get them unsealed so we can get a better look at what is going on. >> a lot coming forward about his mental status, his mental health. we had many conversations about whether he was suffering from mental illness. we're learning more about the psychiatrist he was seeing. what more do we know about the parcel that holmes had mailed his psychiatrist and could we learn more about this? >> last monday, three days after the shooting at a mail room in the university of colorado, this package arrived containing a notebook addressed to a psychiatrist holmes was seeing. that much we know. the defense is saying, look, this is privileged communications between a doctor and patient. we want to have that. the judge will decide on that part of this today. it tells us that he was seeing a psychiatrist, but it doesn't tell us how long he was seeing her or why he was seeing her. we still have so many more questions about that and what degree of mental health care he may have been getting looding up to this, and the big question, was there any kind of fore
is joining me, a former new york prosecutor and criminal trial lawyer and cnn contributor. boy, lots to talk about here, paul. >> lots. >> why don't we -- do you think this case hinges right now on the question of his sanity? >> oh, it most definitely does because let's face it, the evidence against him is overwhelming. there's, you know, a theater full of witnesses, and he's caught by the police, and they have evidence about the apartment being wired, bombs set up. you know, factually, i think it's not hard to prove he committed this act. the only real issue is was he sane? and we'll see that today. we'll probably hear talk about whether he's even competent to stand trial. that's the first issue that you have to face in court. >> okay. well, let's talk about his psychiatric treatment and how this could play a factor in the trial. we were talking a lot in the past couple weeks about his mental state. could he be suffering from mental illness. there's a lot of reporting that has been done outside of cnn about that, and his psychiatrist. what do you find interesting, what are you paying attent
're in the cnn newsroom where the news unfolds live this saturday. our top story, new evidence now surfacing in the colorado movie theater massacre. the suspect, james holmes, was being treated by a psychiatrist at the university of colorado before the shooting that took 12 lives and injured dozens more. the psychiatrist who he was reportedly seeing has a chilling specialty, skchizophreniaschizo. >> reporter: will this all surfaced through a series of court motions. last monday, this notebook was delivered to the university. at that point, the police, aurora plaolice a the d.a.'s office got this notebook and leaks afternopparently happened there were writings that he wanted to do some sort of violence.defense said there's a gag order, shouldn't be anything out there and this this is privileged material. that's where it stands. that will be determined at a hearing on monday. what will does tell us for sure is that he was seeking psychiatric care from this professor at the university. and that he did write some sort of thing in this notebook. beyond that, we're really not certain. we don't kno
. >> cnn's jim spellman is covering the search effort in eva evansdale, iowa. any luck yet? >> reporter: unfortunately, no, carol. take a look at this lake, it's called myers lake. they began draining it yesterday. they think perhaps by late tomorrow or thursday, they'll have all the water drained out of here into the river. it's really grasping at straws, though. i spoke to an investigator a few minutes ago who told me it's like these girls evaporated. they don't have any sign of foul play. they had about a thousand volunteers over the weekend searching through fields and trails, everything they can think of around here, with absolutely no sign of the girls except the two bikes and a purse found near the biekes. no sign of struggle near there. they want to drain the lake just in case -- they don't think they'll find anything else in here. but without much to do, that's the focus today, carol. >> so no witnesses saw the girls on their bicycles getting off at the lake, or no clues like that? >> reporter: no clues like that at all. take a look at this, carol. this far corner of the lake o
italy's coast. 30 bodies were recovered from the wreck. >>> i'm suzanne malveaux. this hour in the cnn newsroom, president obama a no-show for the naacp but sends his second in command and congressman jesse jackson jr. gives a paper statement on his health. but it leaves more questions than answers. and new documents in the case of the man charged with killing trayvon martin. could shed some light on whether or not race played a role. want to get right to it. u.s. military judge held a hearing at ft. hood, texas, today a few weeks before the court-martial begins for major nadal hassan. hassan, he is the army psychiatrist who went on a shooting rampage in -- back in 2009. he is accused of killing 13 people, all but one of them fellow soldiers. he also wounded 29 others. now attorneys today discussed the makeup of his military jury which has not yet been convened. hassan's murder trial is set to begin august 20th. >>> florida a&m university now looking for a new president. the school's board of directors going to hold a meeting today on -- rather monday. president james eamons announced
. thank you for joining us -- cnn "newsroom" continues right now. >> air force sexual abuse investigation. we're on the story. >>> the whole world news the crimes of jerry sandusky, but in early 2001 only five people knew or suspected, and they didn't do much about it. it's all in the e-mails. and it's out with the old and in with the older in mexico. voters returned to a party that ruled that country for most of the 20th century. we begin with the insane record-breaking heat that's gripping a huge part of the country right now. hot and hotter. that's what the national weather service says that we can expect for the next several days, and you need it know this. at least 16 states under heat advisories or warnings today. adding to the misery, nearly 2 million people without electricity in the d.c. area and surrounding states. deadly storms battered that area over the weekend killing at least 16 people. our brian todd is outside in that heat in the d.c. suburb of wheaton, maryland. brian, what's the biggest problems you're seeing right now? >> reporter: right now the rush hour is officially
, parent company of cnn. >>> a woman named katie medley gave birth to a boy as her husband, caleb, a victim of the aurora sheet etheater shooting, the same hospital with a gunshot wound to the head. hugo jackson medley was born at 7:00 a.m. yesterday at the university of colorado hospital. caleb's brother spoke on behalf of the family. >> that's the way we describe it, as bittersweet. we were all looking forward to this. we were all excited about this. it is. it is a silver lining to a very dark cloud. but -- but we all know caleb. we know he's a fighter. we know he's not going to stay out of that child's life for any length of time. if he can avoid it. >> the face on that baby, such an amazing silver lining to the story. the medley family is said to be without health insurance and could face millions of dollars in medical bills. a fundraising website has been set up for the family at calebmedley.com. it's already raised more than $200,000. >> there seems to be a recuring theme. a lot of people do not have medical insurance. hopefully folks will be generous and kind. >>> seven minutes past
are wounded. president obama's strongly condemning the attack calling it in his word barbaric. cnn's elise labott is joining us live with the very latest. bulgarians are of course investigating. i'm sure the israelis are as well. first of all, what are the bulgarians saying? >> reporter: well, wolf, forensic investigators on the scene. it's all very preliminary at this point, but they're saying that this was caused by a bus bomb already placed inside the bus. that's really all they know, but they're not ruling anything out. they say it's possibly a terrorist attack. obviously the israelis saying they're sure of it. but bulgarians not ruling anything in, not ruling anything out at this point, wolf. >> didn't take very long for the prime minister of israel, benjamin netanyahu to directly blame iran for this attack. >> reporter: that's right. a short time ago prime minister netanyahu, wolf, put out a statement saying all signs are leading to iran, his defense minister just spoke to reporters a short time ago. let's take a listen to what he said. >> this is clearly a terrorist attack initiated
that paterno did not know that sandusky was a child predator. joining us live from philadelphia, cnn contributor and patriots news reporter sara ganim. you've been covering this story from the very beginning. this is a panel that reviewed more than, what, 3.5 million documents, held 430 interviews before coming up with this report. how does this break down in terms of who was most responsible? >> well, judge louie freeh said it comes down to these four people, joe paterno, the president graham spanier and those two penn state officials who have already been charged with lying in the criminal investigation, tim curley and gary schultz. when he was asked about other employees, or more wide cover-up, he denied any other employees are responsible for actively concealing the allegations against jerry sandusky. he did lay some blame on the board of trustees for a lack of oversight. he said they were simply too lax and let a couple of people get away with too much power and not enough responsibility to report. but as far as other people that they lay blame for actively concealing jerry sand
, kyra. >> keep us updated and be sure to stay with cnn on the extreme heat wave and efforts to restore the power that's affected to so many areas. the heat is adding to the problems to fire fighters out west actually. take a look at this map right here. it shows the 12 western states dealing with the fires right now. here is one in colorado springs. fire fighters are now getting an upper hand, so much so that evacuation orders have actually been lifted for more than 35,000 people who have been forced to flee. rob marciano has been there since it began. rob, let's talk about the people that have been there insince it began. what exactly are they coming back to? >> reporter: you know, some are coming back to neighborhoods and homes that are just fine, that was evacuated as a precautionary measure and kept that way because utilities and such had to get back online. others, think coming back to damaged homes or -- or nothing. yesterday the folks who were -- who knew that their homes were gone were finally allowed back to take a look in their private vehicles via convoy and look at what was
with cnn's wolf blitzer, the former massachusetts governor walked back comments he made last march about russia being america's number one foe. this is his position now. >> the number one national security threat of course to our nation is a nuclear iran. russia is a, a geopolitical adversary, but is not an enemy with, with messles being fired at one another, things of that nature. >> romney also told wolf blitzer he believes the u.s. should keep a military option available in iran. >>> the bloody struggle for control of syria's largest city intensifying overnight. it seems like a repeat every morning. tens of thousands of people are leaving aleppo as rebel forces try to capture the last government checkpoint on the road to the turkish border. government forces stepping up shelling of rebel-held districts with rocket, field artillery and helicopter gunships. cnn's barbara starr catching up with defense secretary leon panetta on his trip to the middle east. panetta sounding certain the assad regime is on its last legs. >> i'm sure that deep down, assad knows he's in trouble and it's just
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